November 06, 2019 2 min read

Country Homes and Interiors Christmas Show

This four-day Show is being held once again this year at the beautiful setting of Stonor Park, near Henley on Thames on 21st to 24th November 2019. The Show is open from 10.00am to 4.00pm daily.

At this fantastic boutique-style Christmas shopping event, you’ll find creative and crafted festive gifts plus home, decorating and lifestyle products from our favourite makers and brands.

Located on the front lawns of Stonor Park Manor House in beautifully styled marquees, browse more than 100 stands, and watch demonstrations from new and exciting country businesses and meet their inspirational owners.

Shop the style… and live the life!

And you can bring your dog too! Dogs are welcome to visit the grounds of Stonor Park but cannot enter Country Homes & Interiors Christmas Show. 

Stonor Park

Stonor Park is an historic country mansion in the village of Stonor, some four miles from Henley on Thames in Oxfordshire and approximately 50 miles from London. It is the current home of the Stonor family dating from the twelfth century and is open to the public.

It is located near to the Chiltern Valley an area of outstanding natural beauty and the home commands views over a deer park and woodlands.

Nestled in a Chiltern Valley the house dominates a magnificent view of the beautiful deer park and woodland. Beyond the warm red brick Jacobean façade, a stroll through the house is a vivid walk through history. 

Discover art and treasure collected from across the globe, view historic maps, documents and artefacts that reveal generations of service to the country.

There are many highlights to visit at Stonor Park but they include the grand Gothic revival hall, an atmospheric 17th century library and a dramatic long gallery. The gallery opens onto beautiful Italianate gardens, with borders full of seasonal flowers and stunning lily ponds.

Whilst at Stonor, visit the cafe located in the 13th Century Hall, open from 12pm and the Gift Shop offering local produce and craftware such as Stonor honey made by their own bees.

 About FelinFach

Our company, FelinFach Natural Textiles is located in the heart of the Preseli area of Pembrokeshire near to Boncath. We design Welsh blankets, Welsh woollen blankets and throws which are traditionally woven at Welsh mills. All our woollen products are made from pure new wool - they are not used, 'vintage' or second-hand. We also design and make natural hand dyed yarn, cotton, silk and wool scarves and other handmade products. We are a proud supporter of the Campaign for WoolGlobal Welsh and Wales International.

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